Landmark’s experienced professionals routinely work with attorneys to provide strategic analysis and expert opinions for environmental litigation support. The practical experience of our environmental experts provides an in-depth understanding of the work environment and regulatory context. Our objective application of scientific methods forms the basis of our evaluation process leading to the development of defensible opinions.
Landmark Environmental Litigation Support Services Include:
Retrospective Qualitative and Quantitative Exposure Assessments.
Historical Standard-of-Care and Industry State-of-Knowledge Reviews.
Chemical Fate and Transport Analysis to Determine Migration Pathways and Receptors.
Forensic Job Safety and Hazard Analyses.
Assistance in Preparation for Fact and Expert Witness Depositions.
Preparation of Affidavits, Declarations, and Expert Reports.
Expert Witness Testimony in Depositions, Trials, Hearings, and Arbitrations.
Crude Oil Pipeline Clean Air Act Violations Litigation Support
An expert technical opinion was developed to support the successful resolution of a major lawsuit regarding Clean Air Act violations at a major crude oil pipeline. Landmark was retained to provide independent and objective expert litigation support regarding claims of Clean Air Act violations that were reported to have occurred during upgrades to 40-miles of major crude oil transmission lines that transected critical wildlife habitats. (Read more)
University of Alaska - Anchorage
Landmark was retained by the University of Alaska-Anchorage (UAA) to perform Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) Compliance Program development and management support, and to assist the Alaska Statewide Office of Risk Management in reviewing current and future UAA operations and EHS programs for potential risk exposures. (Read more)
Expert Analyses for a Building Manufacturer
Landmark evaluated data used to demonstrate the exception of exposure to vapors from installed manufactured products in residential settings. This matter included identification of data needs to support risk assessments for baseline and re-occupancy, identification of sampling objectives for litigation support, and how IH data can support public relations and communications programs to various stakeholders. (Read more)